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-->'''Claire:''' Well, yes, but....Sophie's mother choose to leave her. And you knew that, even when you were a little boy, your parents loved you.

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-->'''Claire:''' No... Well, yes, but....Sophie's mother choose to leave her. And you knew that, even when you were a little boy, your parents loved you.


* Charlie's WhatTheHellHero to Sophia for her enabling a TragicDream when they come upon a gravestone Lorenzo, saying she doesn't really know what it's like to lose someone.

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* Charlie's WhatTheHellHero speech to Sophia for her enabling a TragicDream when they come upon a gravestone of Lorenzo, saying she doesn't really know what it's like to lose someone.someone. This alone hurts Sophie, causing her to walk away in tears.


-->'''Claire:''' That's not true. [[NotSoDifferent Sophie's mother left her when she was only a little girl.]]
-->'''Charlie:''' (bitterly) That's different.
-->'''Claire:''' That's true. At least you knew that your parents loved you.

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-->'''Claire:''' That's not true. You're wrong. [[NotSoDifferent Sophie's mother left ran out on her when she was only a little girl.]]
-->'''Charlie:''' (bitterly) That's It's different, Gran. It's different.
-->'''Claire:''' That's true. At least Well, yes, but....Sophie's mother choose to leave her. And you knew that that, even when you were a little boy, your parents loved you.

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* Charlie's WhatTheHellHero to Sophia for her enabling a TragicDream when they come upon a gravestone Lorenzo, saying she doesn't really know what it's like to lose someone.
** Claire then quietly walks up to her grandson and gives a soft reprimand.
-->'''Claire:''' That's not true. [[NotSoDifferent Sophie's mother left her when she was only a little girl.]]
-->'''Charlie:''' (bitterly) That's different.
-->'''Claire:''' That's true. At least you knew that your parents loved you.

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